[Tasted on March 15, 2019 at etc. in Nashville with Jay Yalowitz]
Bordeaux blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. Plum and blackberry fruit, with mocha, cocoa and baking spice. Delicious wine. A little thin in the mid-palate, but a nice finish. — a month ago
Mad Hatter - Cab Sauv, Merlot, Petite Sirah 2016 $60/bottle at Rackhouse — 2 months ago
Mad love for This wine. Mad love. Great fruit but not too fruity. Balanced by acidity and minerality. What Italian white wines should be. Delicious but also serious. A hint of integrated petrol. Wow. bought from fass selections ... sooo mineral. From a balance and composition standpoint tastes more like 1er cru white burgundy although the flavors are obviously different. — a month ago
Got it for free and ain’t mad...would drink for free again and would buy it fo sho — 2 months ago
Deep ruby color, a very fruit forward zin, lots of cherry and with spice. I love it. Very easy drinking. Delicious and will definitely be purchasing again. A great bottle to have on hand. — 2 months ago
tastes like... berries? not too dry, drinkable af, bottle will make a nice flowerpot in my bathroom 🍓🌺 — a month ago
An interesting and ultra limited collaboration between Mad Fritz and 3-star Michelin Rest. Geranium (Denmark).
For the beer aficionados here’s the break-down:
Aged for 4 months in a neutral French oak puncheon.
Variety: Scarlet 2 Row (from Alamosa CO).
Hops: Hallertau (Yakima WA).
Yeast: Kolsch Ale
— 2 months ago
Opened by accident at a bday party. Not mad about it. Super fresh and gorgeous - - like the birthday girl. — 2 months ago